Boise, Idaho Divorce Lawyers — Community Property Division

Community property division can be a complex and emotionally charged process. If the couple isn't able to come to an out-of-court agreement, then a divorce trial will be held and the terms of the community property division arrangement will be determined by an impartial judge.

At Kormanik & Sneed LLP, our attorneys are dedicated to providing experienced, personalized and focused service so that our clients' legal matters are resolved fairly and efficiently. We work to achieve your goals while minimizing unnecessary conflict and expense as much as possible. To schedule an initial consultation, call us today at 208.288.1888 or contact us online.

Community Property in Idaho

Generally in Idaho, absent special circumstances, any property acquired during a marriage by either party is considered to be community property or "marital property," meaning that the spouses share and own it equally. Any property a spouse owned before the marriage is considered to be his or her separate property and is not subject to community property division. In the case of assets that appreciate in value over time — like a growing business or a mutual fund — the rules can have very complicated implications.

Regardless of the amount of community property or debt you may have, our attorneys will devote the full measure of focus and dedication to resolving your case. For the most complex community property division, we work closely with local financial experts to assure that all issues are properly addressed.

To discuss asset division with a lawyer at Kormanik & Sneed LLP, call us today at 208.288.1888 or contact us online. We are located in Boise, Idaho and we proudly represent clients from all walks of life.